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  • Format : Classique, Dolby, Son HiFi, Surround, THX, Cinémascope
  • Audio : Anglais
  • Région : Région A/1 (Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.)
  • Rapport de forme : 1.78:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Euroarts Music Inter
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 17 avril 2012
  • Durée : 5040 seconds
  • ASIN: B006ZV6WRI
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Le Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester a été fondé en 1986 à l'initiative de Claudio Abbado et est depuis devenu meilleur orchestre de jeunes dans le monde entier. Nommé d'après le grand compositeur, le programme est marqué par la relation spéciale entre le maestro et le jeune orchestre et leur relation à Gustav Mahler. Claudio Abbado est indéniablement le suprême chef d'orchestre de Mahler de notre temps et de par son association de longue date avec ce répertoire qui culmine dans cette performance de la dernière symphonie de Mahler, écrite peu de temps avant la mort prématurée du compositeur. Enregistré à l'Accademia di Santa Cecilia de Rome 2004, le film montre de manière vivante la joie, le talent et le professionnalisme des jeunes musiciens issus de toute l'Europe et leur dévouement à Claudio Abbado. Un bel hommage à l'orchestre, chef d'orchestre, compositeur et à un travail de maître triomphant - la magnifique 9e symphonie de Gustav Mahler. http://youtu.be/L17f_GANfHM


The triumph of Abbado in Mahlers Ninth Symphony A lesson in rigour and inspiration. --Il Tempo, Rome

They are young; the best of the best of the best; drawn from more than 20 European countries, incredible talent, marshaled and disciplined into an orchestra like no other, with every principal a soloist to die for, every player absolutely focused in his and her purpose, and every section trying to outdo, not each other, but itself. --Michael Tumelty, The Herald

How, one wonders, can an ensemble of young musicians play with such extraordinary skill and insight into a score whose psychological thrust is focused on the opposite end of the human life-cycle from their own? Undoubtedly the magnetic presence and lifetime's experience of Abbado has a great deal to do with it… The overall achievement is… fairly astonishing… and the exemplary technical standards of this fine disc match the performance itself. --Julian Haylock, International Record Review

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My performance of choice, even before the highly praised Lucerne performance 8 octobre 2012
Par I. Giles - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray
Abbado has the enviable reputation of being one of the world's finest Mahler conductors. This performance from 2004 is clearly one of great authority and is given with equal authority by Abbado's own creation, the aptly named Gustav Mahler Youth Orchestra. This orchestra takes in players of up to 26 years of age drawn from players from the whole of Europe and is the result of annual extensive interviews held by prominent orchestral players in 25 European cities.

The orchestra is widely respected for its technical and musical qualities and has similarities in concept to the Lucerne Festival Orchestra which also recorded the work a little while later. There are, however, significant differences between these two performances and recordings that become apparent right from the start and which are generally maintained throughout.

This slightly earlier performance is markedly more dramatic and forthright with less emphasis on particular soloists and with an inevitably stronger full orchestral presence. The pulse is more strongly forwardly pressing. This can be easily checked at any point but is very noticeable from the start of the 3rd movement, the rondo burlesque, where the burlesque element is more forceful. All of this is delivered with total assurance by the orchestra and absolutely no allowances have to be made for the players' relative youth or lack of long-term experience. It is arguable, of course, that these aspects of the players may have influenced Abbado's approach to the interpretation. Whatever the reason, there is a real choice to be made between the two interpretations.

The recording is very fine indeed and the Blu-ray version is a clear improvement. The camera work is fully involving for the viewer and provides crisp imaging with good colour rendition. The sound is very full and is presented in DTS 5.1 and stereo. It offers a markedly more forward balance than that provided for the Lucerne version. This suits the different interpretation and is a very exciting alternative.

The differences between the performances are very significant in my view. There are two contradictory views on what this music is actually about and it seems to me that Abbado's performance here lays less stress on the death-obsessed views that is currently favoured (as described in the booklet interestingly). This is crucial to one's views of the symphony and to how one might react to these two differing performances.

The following is a fair resume of the opposing camps as regards the content or intentions behind this music:

There are two main competing views as to what this music is about. Mahler, at the time, had just completed two very successful seasons as conductor of The Metropolitan Opera and the New York Philharmonic and in his last letters said that he was looking forward to going on tour with the NYPO. In addition he had made considerable progress with his 10th Symphony. None of this suggests a man approaching imminent death and beset by such fears and possible anger as some would have it. On the contrary, it rather suggests a man at the top of his game and looking forward to his future life and continuing success. Indeed, this rather optimistic point of view is the one generally held and put forward by the eminent Mahler authority, Henri-Louis La Grange.

When we consider Mahler's own comments and those of his closest colleagues of the Second Viennese School we find that Mahler himself denied that there was any program to his symphonies and asked that they should be judged simply as pure music.

In addition, Berg described the 9th as `It expresses an extraordinary love of the earth, for Nature'.
Also Schoenberg had this to say ` [The Ninth] contains what may be termed objective, almost dispassionate statements of a beauty which will be perceived only by those who can dispense with visceral warmth and who feel comfortable in a climate of intellectual coldness'

Not a word is mentioned by these three men as regards a focus on death. So where does this leave us when confronted by conductors who insist that this is the work of a man facing imminent death with many strong and negative feelings?

When considering the music itself it is clear that the first movement has many retrospective elements. The second movement, a rustic ländler, becomes distorted and frantic as it progresses. The 3rd movement includes the term `burlesque' in the title which musically simply means a parody. None of these ideas are unique to this one work by Mahler and there are countless other examples in his work of these compositional features. The last movement certainly seems to fragment during its course and finishes very quietly indeed but what else could Mahler to do in order to create compositional balance? He could hardly have ended with yet another quick movement.

To return to Abbado, all one can say is that within his own apparently contrasting concepts of the work he and his two orchestras deliver all that one could imagine possible. I personally have a preference for this earlier performance with the Mahler Youth orchestra as I tend to favour the view that this is not death-obsessed music of a dying man but rather an expression of hope etc. as Berg, Schoenberg, Henri-Louis La Grange suggest and very much the music of a man looking forward to more life. We must remember that Mahler himself denied that there was any program to his symphonies and asked that they should be judged simply as pure music

In summary and in my opinion this is a clear contender for the full 5 stars for all the reasons as above and should give much pleasure and satisfaction to all purchasers of the recording who share either of Abbado's visions of the work. My preference, owning both, is for this earlier, less inward and more forwardly dramatic concept. Both performances end in a whisper with the audience held in utter silence with dimmed lighting for a prolonged period of time.


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I changed 5 discs... Mahler's #9. ... 6 juillet 2015
Par Kyung Kim - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray Achat vérifié
I changed 5 discs...Mahler's #9 ... two different makers but no one worked right.
Always end up with "disc err" I don't understand why try to sell not working discs... I suspected my player but all other discs are working but not for these ones.
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